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Pros: When it works it has a very nice, bright light.
A very heavy tactical light that has the weight and mass to crack many skulls, windshields and any other use you may have for a tactical flashlight.
Unfortunately, the light itself leaves everything to be desired. You can easily replace this non-functioning light with a lead or heavy steel pipe.
Cons: I bought a set of batteries and charger, charged them overnight until full. I then installed the batteries and the flashlight worked perfectly.
The next day I tried to turn it on and it wouldn't. I then plugged in the other set of batteries I bought and charged and the light worked just fine for about an hour. Then it died.
The next day the batteries were again completely dead.
I did this same test many times over the course of a week and this light somehow drains the batteries when it isn't even turned on.
Other Thoughts: A flashlight is useless if it drains the power off of the batteries when it is properly stored.
This thing is a complete waste of time and money. It's of no use whatsoever when you have to replace the batteries every single time that you need to use it.
Don't buy this thing unless you enjoy being disappointed.
This review is from: BioShock [Online Game Code]
Okay, one PRO. I bought it from Steam for 99 cents.
It still doesn't work but at least it was only 99 cents.
Counting the hours I spent trying to get it to run on my computer makes it more than a complete rip off though.
So you've been warned.
Cons: This game refuses to work on modern computers.
I've tried every single "fix" suggested by Steam themselves and also the user suggestions on the Steam Forums, and this game just plain doesn't work.
It doesn't even open.
Unless you happen to be using a 10 year old computer, with all of its original components, you won't be running this game at all.
Other Thoughts: If you don't mind passing on this original Bioshock, both Bioshock 2 and Bioshock Infinite work just fine on modern computers.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Dell UltraSharp U3011 30" LCD Monitor - 16:10 - 7 ms
Pros: Absolutely perfect!
Bright colors, bright whites, black blacks.
I've never even noticed the refresh rate that's slower than most smaller LCD monitors. My games look almost as if they were in 3D they're so perfectly rendered.
Movies are equally brilliant with this fantastic monitor.
The one and only problem? See "Cons" below.
Why, Dell, WHY?
Look at the reviews of the "new" monitors Dell has these days, in this size range. They're dismal at best.
Why Dell would cancel sheer perfection for the garbage that they now produce is beyond any sense of reason whatsoever.
Other Thoughts: Buy yourselves a Dell U3011 whenever and wherever you can find one.
Even better, buy 2 or 3!
But, also buy yourselves porta-potties. When you experience 3 of these things side by side, in either portrait or landscape mode, you'll definitely soil yourselves. So be prepared for the eye candy of a lifetime.
You can't possibly be disappointed.
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